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[Resolved] Hide Category info via CSS (preferably)

  • IslandOwl

    @islandowl

    This is a weird one. I use Brunelleschi theme on a couple of sites. I use the same Brunelleschi Child Theme for all of them. On the other ones, I have been able to hide the category footer by adding the CSS code below to the child theme’s style.css page. But it is not working on this new site. EyesOnTheStorm.com Since this site will need categories in the future, I do not want to mess much with the php code. I would prefer to hide the categories via CSS.

    On the other sites this has worked:
    .cat-links, footer.entry-meta {
    display:none;
    }
    .tag-links, footer.entry-meta {
    display:none;
    }
    .cat-links, footer.post-meta {
    display:none;
    }
    .tag-links, footer.post-meta {
    display:none;
    }

    I have also tried:
    .entry-meta .meta-sep, .entry-meta .category { display: none; }
    .entry-meta { display:none; }

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  • IslandOwl

    @islandowl

    I would also like to hide the Permalink wording and link. This is essentially a landing page while we work on developing an app and a website.

    IslandOwl

    @islandowl

    Somehow I just got it to work with this:

    .entry-utility { display: none; }
    .entry-meta {display: none; }

    Persistence pays off I guess. I will leave this here in case it helps someone else.

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